• Salman Khan’s First Song Prem Leela From Prem Ratan Dhan Payo

    After releasing the first official trailer of Sooraj Barjatya’s ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’, the makers of the film have released the first song ‘Prem Leela’ featuring Salman Khan and Sonam Kapoor. The trailer of the film has been loved by audiences and created waves soon after the release and now with the new first song, Salman is seen in an adorable avatar. The first song ‘Prem Leela’ is out with Salman Khan in his charming avatar.

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  • Vijay Breaks Silence On The Tax Evasion Controversy!

    Tamil star Vijay has finally opened up about the recent tax evasion controversy that stated that the actor has been evading tax since the past five years. Although the tax officials do not seem to share the same opinion with the actor. Vijay has however stated that he is trying to clear the air with the Income Tax department.

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  • NASA releases amazing photos of Indo-Pak border

    NASA releases amazing photos of Indo-Pak border

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  • ‘Kicked by nurse’, pregnant woman, baby die in hospital

    A pregnant woman and her unborn child died after being allegedly kicked and slapped by a nurse at a government-run hospital in Odisha’s tribal-dominated Mayurbhanj district. Debjani Singh (25), who hailed from Kainsali village under Mayurbhanj’s Badasahi block, was allegedly kicked by the nurse and forced to sleep on the floor on Monday, claimed her sister-in-law, Astami Singh, in an FIR. Debjani was admitted to the district hospital at the Baripada town on Sunday.

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  • Akbaruddin Owaisi likely to be arrested for controversial speech

    Kishanganj (West Bengal) Oct. 7 (ANI): The West Bengal Police on Wednesday reportedly ordered the arrest of AIMIM leader Akbaruddin Owaisi for his controversial remarks at a recent rally held here. "The police has formed a team to arrest Owaisi, but there are police provisions for the arrest. An FIR was lodged against Owaisi on Monday by the Kishanganj District administration for allegedly making an inflammatory speech at an election rally here last Sunday.

  • Bihar Polls: BJP's internal survey says NDA to get majority

    Mail Today has learnt that the BJP and its allies are expecting to win 160-170 seats..

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  • Amrita Rao Loses Her Luggage At Jaipur Airport

    Actress Amrita Rao, who is currently shooting in Jaipur, could not find one of her bag when she landed at the Pink City. Amrita is in Jaipur for The Jaipur Jewellery Show. According to a source, Amrita has filed a complaint about her luggage with the airlines in Jaipur.

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  • India will comeback strong: Harbhajan

    Kolkata, Oct 7 (IANS) Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh on Wednesday said his side will comeback strong after the two consecutive defeats and play their best game against South Africa in their third and final Twenty20 International (T20I) at the Eden Gardens here on Thursday. The visitors have an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series but Harbhajan sais winning the inconsequential tie will surely boost the confidence of his side ahead of the One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and Test matches. Once we start winning, we will be a very difficult side to beat," Harbhajan told reporters at the pre-match media conference.

  • Fearing mother’s death due to dengue, daughter attempts suicide

    THE fear of losing her mother to dengue infection drove a 23-year-old Colaba-resident towards suicide — with the woman popping in 15 paracetamol tablets and drinking phenyl — after her mother’s health did not improve even after 10 days of treatment. What followed were frantic attempts by doctors to save her life even as her mother, aged 50, claimed she underwent no test to confirm the dengue infection. The woman is now recuperating at the state-run Gokuldas Tejpal (GT) hospital’s intensive care unit and is out of danger, confirmed doctors.

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  • LPG subsidy transfer: Centre’s savings not more than Rs 143 cr, while it claims Rs 12,700 cr

    A study by the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) states that the government’s claims of savings due to a shift towards direct benefit transfer (DBT) for LPG (also called PAHAL) are “large overestimates”. IISD has shown that as against the publicly touted figure of Rs12,700 crore of savings for the financial year 2014-15, the actual savings cannot exceed Rs 143 crore, or just 1.12 per cent of the claimed number. “Our calculations suggest that the savings from DBTL in the last fiscal year are likely to be large overestimates.

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  • Rahul Gandhi claimed pay, allowance during leave of absence: RSS

    In its recent edition, RSS mouthpiece Organiser has alleged that Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi claimed his salary and allowances during his 56-day “leave of absence” earlier this year. In its report, “Expose: Rahul gets pay without work”, in the edition released on Sunday, Organiser has claimed to have accessed official documents to show that Rahul availed these benefits during the Budget Session. Rahul had left before the Budget Session began on February 23, and returned on April 16.

    The Indian Express
  • U.S. comedian Steve Rannazzisi apologises for 9/11 lies

    Speaking publicly for the first time since admitting that he lied about his personal experience of the Sept. 11 World Trade Center attacks, comedian and actor Steve Rannazzisi apologised on Tuesday and said he feels awful about what he called a "dumb mistake." Rannazzisi, star of the FX comedy series "The League," had described in many interviews his memories of working for Merrill Lynch in Manhattan's World Trade Center when hijacked planes were flown into the buildings. "My dumb mistake created a story that hit a wound that should have never been touched," Rannazzisi told Howard Stern on Stern's daily radio show.

  • 2 new Metro lines may get Maharashtra cabinet nod today

    THE MAHARASHTRA cabinet is likely to clear two new Metro railway lines for Mumbai Tuesday. The two proposed lines — one from Andheri East to Dahisar East, and another from Dahisar to DN Nagar in Andheri West — are estimated to be completed by March 2019 at a total cost of Rs 8,571 crore. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to lay the foundation stone for the two projects during his visit to Mumbai on October 11.

    The Indian Express
  • Shashank Manohar moves treasurer’s office to Mumbai

    BCCI treasurer Anirudh Chaudhary currently stays in Delhi and the board had hired rooms a few years ago in the city's ITC Maurya hotel to function as the treasurer's office. There is another office in the premises of MA Chidambaram stadium in Chennai. The BCCI is registered under the Tamil Nadu Societies Registration Act and the Chennai office holds all the important financial documents related to the board.

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  • 29 Ways to Earn Some Extra Cash

    At Fiverr, an online community of freelancers, you can advertise your proficiency in skills such as writing and translation, video and animation, and advertising. As Fiverr's name indicates, your services sell starting at $5 a pop, and you have the option of adding ancillary services to make more money. Set your own fees with TaskRabbit, which will keep 15% to 30% of the transaction.

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  • ` 70,000 crore lined up for development of 12 big ports

    THE government plans to invest ` 70,000 crore for development of 12 major ports under the Sagarmala Project. "When the Prime Minister had called a meeting of industry leaders, a leading industrialist had said that travel from Mumbai to London is cheaper than Mumbai to Delhi. Sagarmala will address all these issue by port- led development programmes." Gadkari said that the project is aimed at development of coastal states through modernisation, mechanisation and computerisation and would create huge employment besides boosting the GDP.

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  • Ford India launches upgraded EcoSport with base price of Rs.679,563

    New Delhi, Oct.7 (ANI): Ford India launched its new EcoSport with enhanced power, performance, appeal and features with a starting price of Rs 679,563. This has been done keeping in mind the festive season which is just round the corner. The new EcoSport comes with Ford's highly efficient 1.5L TDCi diesel engine with an improved peak power of 100 PS that delivers a mileage of 22.27 Km per litre.

  • Family of late actor Robin Williams reach settlement in legal dispute

    By Piya Sinha-Roy LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The widow and children of late Oscar-winning actor Robin Williams, who died by suicide last year, have reached a proposed settlement after a bitter dispute over his estate, according to court papers. The settlement, filed in San Francisco Superior Court on Oct. 2, dismissed a petition filed by the actor's widow, Susan Schneider Williams, in December 2014 and brings an end to a nearly year-long dispute over a list of over 1,200 items belonging to the late actor. A lawyer for Susan Williams said in a statement on Monday that the settlement was "highly favourable" and that the home she shared with the late actor will remain in her trust.

  • Price hike puts popular U.S. Disneyland annual pass over $1,000

    By Daina Beth Solomon LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Disneyland has hiked rates for its annual passes, a spokeswoman said on Monday, putting some prices above $1,000 for the first time as the Southern California theme park owned by Walt Disney Co cashes in on growing demand during peak seasons. One daily pass was discontinued while two costlier options were added on Sunday, a move that provoked frustration across social media with some fans saying they would not renew at higher rates.   Suzi Brown, Disneyland Resort’s director of media relations, said the international tourist attraction generally raises ticket prices once a year.

  • NYU school of engineering to get USD 100 million from Chandrika and Ranjan Tandon

    New Delhi, OCT 6 (ANI): NYU management including President John Sexton and Katepalli R. Sreenivasan, dean of the School of Engineering announced a USD100 million gift from Chandrika and Ranjan Tandon for engineering at NYU. Intending towards disciplinary innovation and entrepreneurship, the engineering school was aimed to achieve new levels of academic excellence in engineering. The school will be renamed the NYU Tandon School of Engineering in recognition of the Tandons' generosity and their belief in the school's mission and promise.